MAPPING THE GREAT GAME: Explorers, Spies & Maps in Nineteenth-Century Asia
When Great Britain and Imperial Russia faced off in Central Asia in the 19th century, it became top priority to chart parts of the region previously left blank on maps. We follow the explorers, spies and map makers who braved the dangers of travel and terrain in order to create maps of Afghanistan, Turkestan and Tibet.
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